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VA06 Enhancement Development Short Dump

I have added a custom field to the VA06 enhancement screen (KNVK-NAME1) - BADI SD_OSO_MONITOR. We have implemented the method CHANGE_SELECTION_TABLE within this BADI to add the KNVK-NAME1 field and the corresponding value entered on the screen to the table CT_SEL_TABLE. When I run VA06, and I get to my breakpoint in method SETUP_TABLENAME_WCL, line 40 gets executed (assign (lv_dyn_wcl_pointer) to <ft_dyn_cls_anytable>) but this field symbol actually does not get assigned to table KNVK and when the Function Module CONVERT_SELECT_INTO_WHERE gets called in the next line of code, the program short dumps because the field symbol was not assigned in the last step. I found OSS Note 2118401 with the EXACT message we are getting in the dump (FIELD SYMBOL HAS NOT YET BEEN ASSIGNED), but there is no Code Correction within this OSS Note. Should there be a code correction provided with this OSS Note? Or am I doing this custom VA06 development totally incorrectly?


Thank you,

Sarah.

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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2016 at 09:34 PM

    Since the text only states "Implement the correction instructions" then I guess yes, it should. But I can't see any either, hm...

    Not sure if it's the problem with the note itself or some Launchpad glitch. Have you tried implementing it in SNOTE?

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 04:01 PM

    I tried implementing OSS Note 2118401 via SNOTE in our system and it would not allow me to do this for this note and gave the following message: SAP Note does not contain valid correction instructions. Has anyone had luck implementing enhancements within VA06?

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